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1 History 2C Spring 2017 Modern World History Teaching Staff Professor Paul Spickard spickard history ucsb edu Office Hours Tuesday 2 00 4 00 and by appointment in HSSB 4259 Lectures Monday and Wednesday 3 30 4 45 IV Theater 1 TA Sections Eun Joo Ahn Thursday 11 00 11 50 Girvetz 1108 Friday 1 00 1 50 HSSB 2202 Friday 4 00 4 50 HSSB 3001E Office Hours Friday 2 00 4 00 and by appointment in HSSB 3216 eahn umail ucsb edu TA Sections Mariel Aquino Thursday 8 00 8 50 HSSB 4201 Thursday 9 00 9 50 HSSB 3202 Thursday 1 00 1 30 HSSB 2201 Office Hours Monday 1 00 3 00 and by appointment in HSSB 3214 mariel umail ucsb edu TA Sections Francisco Beltran Tuesday 6 00 6 50 HSSB 3201 Tuesday 7 00 7 50 HSSB 2201 Wednesday 5 00 5 50 HSSB 3202 Office Hours Tuesday 3 30 5 30 and by appointment in HSSB 3225 fbeltran umail ucsb edu TA Sections Adela Contreras Friday 8 00 8 50 HSSB 2202 Friday 10 00 10 50 HSSB 1233 Friday 11 00 11 50 HSSB 2202 Office Hours Wednesday 1 15 3 15 and by appointment in HSSB 3214 alcontreras umail ucsb edu TA Sections Justin Devris Friday 8 00 8 50 HSSB 2201 Friday 9 00 9 50 HSSB 2202 Friday 12 00 12 50 HSSB 2202 Office Hours Wednesday 12 00 2 00 and by appointment in HSSB 3235 jdevris umail ucsb edu TA Sections Thomas Franke Wednesday 8 00 8 50 HSSB 4020 Thursday 8 00 8 50 HSSB 2201 Thursday 9 00 9 50 HSSB 3201 Office Hours Tuesday 9 00 11 00 and by appointment in HSSB 3231 tfranke umail ucsb edu TA Sections David McIntosh Wednesday 5 00 5 50 HSSB 3201 Wednesday 6 00 6 50 HSSB 3202 Wednesday 7 00 7 50 HSSB 2201 Office Hours Wednesday 1 00 3 00 and by appointment in HSSB 3214 d mcintosh umail ucsb edu TA Sections Holly Roose Friday 9 00 9 50 HSSB 1210 Friday 4 00 4 50 HSSB 3201 Friday 5 50 6 00 HSSB 3201 Office Hours Friday 2 00 4 00 and by appointment in HSSB 3219 hroose2189 gmail com 2 TA Sections Susan Schmidt Wednesday 8 00 8 50 HSSB 2201 Wednesday 9 00 9 50 HSSB 3201 Thursday 12 00 12 50 HSSB 4201 Office Hours Wednesday 10 30 12 30 and by appointment in HSSB 3210 susanschmidt umail ucsb edu TA Sections Mario Tumen Thursday 9 00 9 50 HSSB 4041 Thursday 6 00 6 50 HSSB 2202 Thursday 7 00 7 50 HSSB 2202 Office Hours Tues 5 6 Thurs 4 15 5 15 and by appointment in HSSB 3222 mtumen umail ucsb edu Course Objectives 1 Introduce the student to the major features of the various parts of the world during the last threeplus centuries 2 Introduce the student to the major events and trends of world culture politics and social life in that period 3 Help the student begin to perceive themes that have connected peoples in various parts of the globe 4 Increase the student s appreciation for the varieties of human experience 5 Add to the student s capacity for analytical reading critical thinking oral argument and clear writing 6 Introduce the student to history as a way of understanding human experience 7 Give the student some beginning tools for responsible citizenship in the global community Required Texts The following books are required They are available for purchase in the UCen Bookstore or online through Amazon and other outlets Most are available on reserve in the library limited copies Kevin Reilly Worlds of History 6th ed vol 2 Frederick Douglass Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass Chinua Achebe Things Fall Apart Pa Chin Family Elie Wiesel Night John Hersey Hiroshima Vijay Prashad The Darker Nations Administrative Matters Note Regarding Course Registration Go to the section meeting for which you have signed up If you have not yet registered and hope to crash the course sign up for the waiting list on GOLD You will be slotted into a section as spaces open up We expect to be able to accommodate substantially all the students who want to enroll in the course If you do not have a place confirmed by Wednesday of the first week of the quarter go to the section which you would like to join and get on a section waiting list that the TA will construct Add codes will be given out during the second week of the term 3 If you are on the course waiting list and have not yet received a section assignment during the first week attend one of the sections for which you are on the waiting list After the first week you must attend the section for which you are registered You may not attend another section If you do not attend section during the first week you will be dropped from the course and another student will take your place If you have a documented medical or family issue conflicting with your first section meeting please contact Professor Spickard and your TA as soon as possible General Education and History Department Requirements This course counts toward the E and writing requirements of the general education program It also counts toward the lower division sequence requirement for the history major It plays a role in premajor requirements in other departments such as sociology as well Schedule of Readings and Lecture Topics Note Some weeks have very large reading assignments others have smaller assignments Plan ahead You are responsible to do each of the readings by the date for which it is assigned or your section meeting that week whichever comes first Week 1 April 3 Introduction to the course Part I Separate Worlds Become Connected 5 China at the Dawn of the Modern Age Read Worlds of History Ch 15 Week 2 10 Islam Observed Movie There Is No God But God 12 Colliding Peoples The Columbian Exchange Read Worlds of History Ch 16 17 Cultural Revolution in Europe Read Worlds of History Ch 17 19 18 Evening movie The Mission 7 10 pm Girvetz 1004 19 Nationalism Democracy and Human Rights Read Worlds of History Ch 18 20 Guest lecture Mariel Aquino 24 Slave Systems Read Douglass entire Week 3 Week 4 4 26 Week 5 May Industrial Revolutions Read Worlds of History Ch 21 Guest lecture Susan Schmidt 1 European Empires Around the World Read Worlds of History Ch 22 2 Evening movie First Contact 7 9 pm Girvetz 1004 3 There Goes the Neighborhood Missionaries Orientalism and Cultural Imperialism Read Achebe entire 8 Midterm Exam Please bring a blank bluebook Week 6 Part 2 The 20th Century and into the 21st The Unmaking of Europe and the Rise of Colonized Peoples 10 Modern Thinking Darwin Freud Einstein Read Pa entire Note You really do have to read this book Read ahead and be prepared to discuss it in section It s a really good book It will be on the final exam 15 Nationalism in the Third World War and …


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